Issues Pages – Template Grid Only

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New Animal Shelter Welcomes Furry Residents Next Week

A message from Supervisor Boddye: I remember joining a Prince William SPCA-led postcard writing campaign in 2017, asking my predecessor on the Board to advocate for a new animal shelter […]

Board Seeks Public Input on Redistricting Process

The arrival of 2020 Census data in August marked the start of Prince William County’s redistricting process. (See timeline.) The Board of County Supervisors requested that the independent consultant hired […]

“Future of Transit” Town Hall is Back; Nov. 16

Nov. 16 Virtual Town Hall Focuses on “Springfield to Quantico” Findings Prince William County Supervisors Kenny Boddye (Occoquan District) and Victor S. Angry (Neabsco District) are co-hosting a new installment […]

Infrastructure Bill Could Mean Real Progress in Prince William

With the U.S. House of Representatives’ historic passage of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act – the infrastructure portion of President Joe Biden‘s Build Back Better economic plan – Virginia stands […]

Overnight Lane Closures on I-95; Nov. 6-9, 2021

Two lanes of southbound I-95 between Route 123 (Gordon Boulevard) and the Prince William Parkway (Route 294) will be closed, weather permitting, Saturday night, Nov. 6 and Sunday night, Nov. […]

Want Try Out a 3D Printer? Come to Central Library’s Makerspace!

If you haven’t had the opportunity to visit Prince William Public Library’s new Studio 8601 Makerspace at Central Library yet, here’s a quick rundown of what to expect. What is […]

County Welcomes 28 New Small Businesses in September

Our Department of Development Services gave 28  businesses a ‘Certificate of Occupancy’ or official letter to ‘Open for Business’ through its Small Business Project Management Program in September 2021, bringing […]

County Announces Residential Solar Energy Permitting Process Improvement Efforts

Prince William County Department of Development Services shared with Solar Energy Industry members it is working to develop and apply best practices to streamline the permitting process for solar energy systems […]

County Accelerates Investment in Support of Universal Broadband

Prince William County’s Department of Information Technology (DoIT) recently announced additional investments in its Technology Inclusion Initiative (TII), which seeks to deliver affordable, universal broadband access County-wide, and to expand […]

Thanking CXO Martino for 26 Years of Service

A message from Supervisor Boddye: Chris Martino poured his heart into Prince William County over the last 26 years, first in our finance department, then, as Chief Executive Officer. As […]